Mercurial Swede to head back to Italy again?
Reports over the weekend in Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet have given rise to a rumour originating in Italy that PSG star Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave the club soon and return to Serie A with Roma.
Ibrahimovic, 33, is showing no signs of slowing down his excellent form, as the Parisian giants march on to bring another Ligue 1 title home.
Having already turned out for Juventus, Inter and AC Milan, the hotheaded hit man may see out the remainder of his career with Roma, as writer Jennifer Wegerup believes.
Her report states: “The perfect place for Zlatan Ibrahimovic would be Roma. They have a hot and passionate environment, and it could end up the best place to end his incredible career.
“For many it would be a dream to see Zlatan in the Premier League, but England would have been perfect for him 7 years ago, not today. The next challenge for Ibra could be a return to Italy after his experiences at Juve, Inter and Milan.
“Seydou Keita said a few days ago that he wanted Zlatan to join, and he’s asked him to come to Rome. This may seem like an impossible dream. We know that in Italy there is not as much money as before, but now Ibra is a wealthy player and he could surprise everyone by choosing a destination without thinking about his bank account.
“In Rome it would be considered a god. Rome is a city that breathes football, unlike Paris. The legendary Francesco Totti has always had great respect for Zlatan. And that says a lot.
“The giallorosso club is again at the top of Italian football and is back in the Champions League. We advise Ibra to finish his career in an environment such as Trigoria, not in a slow melting between luxury PSG.”
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